Domestic fans are extremely excited about the possibility of PSG playing in Riyadh and cannot wait to watch the superstar lineup of the Parisian club at the King Fahd International Stadium for the Riyadh Season Cup 2023.


PSG manager Christophe Galtier will field a strong roster while attempting to balance the friendly against the rigors of domestic competition, with all of his first-team players traveling aside from a few injury worries.


At some point during the game, Cristiano Ronaldo, who recently joined Al Nassr, is set to captain the Saudi Arabian team, along with Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Sergio Ramos, and Achraf Hakimi.

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According to the most recent press headlines, both teams’ predicted starting lineups are listed below.

PSG vs Al Nassr / Al Hilal Line-ups

Prior to kickoff, the merged team for Al Nassr/Al Hilal was announced, with Ronaldo serving as captain, according to Turki Alalshiki, Chairman of the Saudi Arabian General Authority for Entertainment.

Al Hilal’s Moussa Marega and Matheus Pereira are expected to start with Ronaldo, who will be playing center forward, and Talisca, a new Al Nassr colleague.

The starting lineups for both clubs’ next games at King Fahd International Stadium are listed below.

Al Nassr/Al Hilal Starting XI:

Mohammed Al-Owais (GK) — Jang Hyun-soo, Ali Al-Boleahi, Abdulelah Al-Amri — Andre Carrillo, Abdullah Al-Khaibari, Luiz Gustavo, Matheus Pereira — Salem Al-Dawsari, Ronaldo, Talisca

Injured: David Ospina (goalkeeper)
Suspended: N/A

All eyes will be on Ronaldo’s first match with some of his Al Nassr teammates since the 37-year-old has yet to feature for his new club due to a suspension carrying over from his time at Manchester United.

However, an eye-catching forward line will cause problems for PSG, with Brazilian forward Talisca already netting 11 league goals this season.

PSG starting XI

PSG starting XI (3-4-3): Navas (GK) — Danilo, Marquinhos, Ramos — Bernat, Ruiz, Zaire-Emery, Hakimi — Messi, Ekitike, Mbappe

Galtier will utilize this game to increase his team’s match acuity because he has been gradually reintroducing some players to action since the World Cup, with Messi making just two starts in 2023.

With very few, if any, players playing the full 90 minutes, the French team is likely to make significant substitutions during the break.

Due to injuries, Nordi Mukiele (hamstring), Marco Verratti (quad), and goalie Lucas Lavallee were unable to travel with the PSG team (hamstring). Presnel Kimpembe (Achilles) and Nuno Mendes, two defenders, have been sidelined for a number of weeks due to injury.